Terms & Privacy
pixevety uses a combination of cookies and browser-based local and session storage. We do this in order to:
- prevent Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks on your account, and
- make your user experience easy and consistent.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of data that our website (pixevety.com) asks your browser to store on your PC, laptop, smartphone or other device. Cookies act like signposts, markers or tiny pieces of memory that enable us to give you the best experience possible when visiting our website and using our platform.
Cookies we use:
- Microsoft anti-forgery cookie – expires at end of session
- Request verification token – expires at end of session
- Certificate cookie – expires when certificate expires (this is browser dependent, as not all browsers will issue this)
What is local storage?
Local storage contains pieces of data with no expiration date, which means they will not expire when your browser is closed. This ensures that your user experience and navigation preferences for our platform are remembered the next time you log-in. No personal information is contained in these files.
Local storage data files we use:
- pixevety settings – user’s interface preferences
What is session storage?
Session storage contains pieces of data that effectively remember selected options (e.g. images you are currently working with) while you are using our platform. These expire when you close a tab and/ or your browser and are rendered inaccessible after that.
Session storage data files we use:
- pixevety system tray – items a user has selected to work with
Are these cookies and browser-based data files a risk to my privacy?
No. The cookies and browser-based data files deployed by pixevety are a combination of plain and encrypted text stored on your device and, when you access pixevety.com, they allow the platform (and only the platform) to recognise you and provide you with specific content or services. They cannot replicate (i.e. make copies of themselves), execute pre-programmed functions, browse your device directories or otherwise fish for or seek out your personal information. The files are unable to scan, copy, read or retrieve your personal information.
Do I have to allow cookies and data files in order to use pixevety?
However, if you wish to disable, delete, prevent or clear cookies or browser-based data files, you can follow the instructions available on your web browser.